East Hampton Antiques Show 2015 Benefit Preview Party
This is a chance for people to see and buy in advance the amazing array of art and antiques dealers have to show on the grounds of the Mulford Farm, as well as enjoy music by Jane Hastay, Peter Weiss, & Friends, and fine wines and hors d'oeuvres.
Tickets start at $150.
2015 East Hampton Antiques Show
The Mulford Farm Museum
Saturday, early buying, 9 - 10 a.m., $20; general admission, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., $10
Sunday, general admission, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., $10
This show, representing more than 50 dealers, features art, furniture, and artifacts for the garden.
Vintage Baseball Doubleheader: Hoboken Nine vs. Brooklyn Eckfords
Come with the whole family and enjoy a baseball game the way it was played long ago.
2015 Antiques at Mulford Farm
The Mulford Farm Museum, 10 James Lane
Early buying, 8 - 9 a.m., $15
General admission, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., $8
This is our classic outdoor antiques show that the Society has been doing for decades. Over 60 dealers from the Northeast bring together an exciting assemblage of antiques and decorative items that fit perfectly into your Hamptons summer cottage. You wlll never know just what you might find.
Right On!: The Lennon Years, Photographs by Susan Wood 1968 to 1978
Photographer Susan Wood captures a decade of time through a retrospective exhibition of photographs, from the vibe on the street to icons in the arts, music, fashion, literature, and politics, the impact of which molded a generation. Wood’s candid style tells the story of the times — the changing times — in a visual narrative that distills the mood of an era in American history. Presented by the East Hampton Historical Society and curated by Irish photographer Deirdre Brennan.
TOURS & PROGRAMS
Thomas Moran in East Hampton
Interested residents and visitors can get a look at the buildings and landscapes that played such an important role in Moran's life in the village. A tour of the restoration site of The Moran Studio will be included.
Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum
Produced by Sylvia Chavkin and Annalee Collins, this much anticipated series features well-known poets reading from their work in a lovely seaside setting.
Historical Cemetery Tour
Walk with Hugh King through East Hampton's famous South End Burying Ground.
Reservations required; $10 per person.
Newtown Lane Walking Tour
Hugh King and Richard Barons will lead a walk up and down Newtown Lane that will focus on the historical architecture and the commercial history of the lane.
Limited to 20 people; reservations required.
West Side of Main Street Architecture and Character Studies
Richard Barons, the Historical Society Director, will introduce you to some of our finest architectural treasures and explore the lives of some of the past famous and infamous owners.
Reservations required; free admission.
Barnscapes: East Hampton's Agricultural Architecture
This is an extraordinary exhibition of very old photographs of even older barns that were built on the South Fork, most of which are no longer standing.
Old Parsons Barn, Montauk 1923
Eugene Armbruster photo, courtesy of the New York Historical Society
The History of East Hampton in 99 Objects
The Historical Society has collected over 10,000 objects since it was founded in 1921. Even though we have hundreds of objects displayed in our six museum buildings, much of the collection is safely stored in a study facility. Why not examine the collection and choose just 99 items that, put together, create a story about our town that includes both important and sometimes eccentric things that together generate a very interesting picture of 350 years of East Hampton.